20 June 2019
Gear up for the Games – the 17th Australian Masters Games pre-event merchandise is now available online. It’s the perfect excuse to get something for yourself, or your team and to let the world know that you’ll be a part of Australia’s premier multisport festival.
This year we’ve partnered with Sports Centre, an Australian owned company specialising in garment manufacturing and supply, graphic design, embroidery, digital printing, sublimation and screen-printing, as well as the provision of assorted merchandise.
Sports Centre has a history of providing merchandise at mulitsport events, having worked with the 2016 and 2018 Alice Springs Masters Games, the Pacific School Games, and four South Australian regional Masters Games.
“We are excited about having Sports Centre on board this year,” the 17th Australian Masters Games General Manger Gary O’Donnell said.
“Their offering is above and beyond what we asked for and know that the participants will love what they have in store for the Games.”
More merchandise will be added to the online store as we get closer to October, including a Vintage range and a sports specific range, along with some special event time promotions that will add to the festival like atmosphere.
“We know this year’s Australian Masters is going to be the best yet. Our team at Sports Centre has produced an incredible range of merchandise reflecting that high-quality standard and surpassing all expectations,” Ian Knight, Director of Sports Centre said.
What are you waiting for? Get shopping and get ready for #Vintage2019.
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